Also, I hate to turn this into a sermon, but I am extremely disappointed with Instructables for introducing "Pro" accounts. If you cannot view all the steps at one time and/or can't view the PDF, send me a private message with your email address and I'll send a PDF to you (If you think I'm being unfair, consider Wikipedia, who raised God-knows how much money by just asking for donations. I would have gladly donated.).
To the Instructables staff- if you aren't too mad at me for condemning the "Pro" accounts, feel free to add this to the Father's Day Guide.
Lastly- the pictures in this Instructable were taken with a cell phone. Forgive me for their poor quality.
Step 1: Materials and Tools
-About 5 feet of PVC pipe. I used 1 1/2 in. pipe, but you can use whatever fits your rods.
-Various wood scraps. A few 2 x 4's should do it.
-Some screws. I used 3 in. drywall screws, but once again, use whatever you have.
-Some nails. If you're like me and get frustrated trying to fit a screw through the pilot holes in the pipe, use these instead.
-A hacksaw to cut the pipe.
-A hand drill with various bits.
-A hammer, if you choose the nails.
-A regular toolbox saw, circular saw, or whatever you chose to cut the wood with.